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Gerstein Science Information Centre

COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus) Information Guide

This guide is a living document. More content will be added as new information and resources become available and as the COVID-19 situation develops. Last updated: June 9, 2021

Developing Medical & Technological Innovations

This page provides a roundup of resources relating to innovations in treatments, vaccines, and technology:


See also:
For standards and patents
- check this section on Making Personal Protective Equipment, Medical Devices & Supplies 
For startup support
 - check this Entrepreneurship guide or make an appointment with our Entrepreneurship librarian

Trackers - Drugs, Treatments, Vaccines

Emerging Research & Development

Market research in the time of COVID-19

The COVID-19 coronavirus has had a widespread global economic impact. You may be wondering how your company, industry, and market may be impacted -- and how the market research you are reading may need to be updated. This page details the updates we have collected from market research vendors available to you via U of T Libraries, as well as other sources available online.

This page will be updated regularly as the situation develops.

UTL databases (access here)

Open online sources (access via web browser)

Andressen Horowitz has compiled a collection of Coronavirus resources and readings for VCs and startups.

McKinsey has created a collection of resources titled Coronavirus: Leading through the Crisis

Not available via UTL, Pitchbook has also analyzed the impact on private markets.

U of T Entrepreneurship has a list of COVID-19 resources for startups.

Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub has compiled a list of resources for Canadian entrepreneurs.